Alabama News

Rainy/Chilly Thursday

We hit a record low in Columbus this morning of 27 degrees that beat the record of 28 back in 1968, but tonight shouldn't be as cold although it will still remain quite…

Dangerously Cold Tonight

Freeze Warning Tonight 6:00 PM to Wednesday 10:00 AM CST for Lee County, AL, Chambers County, AL Freeze Warning Tonight 6:00 PM to Wednesday 10:00 AM CST for Russell County, AL, Barbour County,…

Opelika's Veterans Day Ceremony

Monday, Opelika celebrated Veterans Day, past present and future. Guest speakers were Army Colonel Richard Pelham and USMC Colonel Chris Richie. They spoke on “Veterans: Why We Serve –Past, Present and Future.”…

Goodwill SR Hosts Veterans Job Fair

In honor of Veteran’s Day, Goodwill Industries of the Southern Rivers, Inc. (Goodwill) along with Still Serving Veterans, Troy University, Georgia Department of Labor –Veteran’s Employment and Work for Warriors have partnered…

Rain Tonight/Tomorrow Morning, Becoming Dangerously Cold

Freeze Warning from 11/12/2019 3:00 PM  to 11/13/2019 10:00 AM CST for Lee County, AL, Chambers County, AL Freeze Warning from 11/12/2019 8:00 PM  to 11/13/2019 10:00 AM CST for Russell County, AL, Barbour County, AL ****Sub-freezing temperatures as low…

DINING FOR CHARITIES: German Food, Gifts and More!

German Food, gifts and more is our new Dining for Charities partner! German Food, Gifts and More is your local German Specialty store in downtown Phenix City. They offer a wide range of German…

New Research From Anesthesiology Annual Meeting

Each October, more than 14,000 global anesthesiology professionals gather at the ANESTHESIOLOGY® annual meeting to discover the latest advances in the specialty, share research and learn about innovative technology. Physician anesthesiologist Kraig de…

Life After the Military

About 250,000 active duty military members will transition out of service and into civilian life in 2020. And for most of these families, the first step is finding a new career – yet,…

A Pleasant Monday, Frigid Conditions Coming

Clouds will increase as the day progresses ahead of a very strong cold front that will bring the coldest temperatures so far this Fall season. Isolated showers late tonight will turn more scattered…

Brief Warm-up then Cold!

It's going to be a beautiful weekend so get outdoors and enjoy it. High pressure along with lots of sunshine will keep us dry all the way through Monday and it will get…

Cooler Weather Arrives

Friday will start out unFridaylike in the weather department - gloomy and overcast - before clouds decrease and the sun appears by afternoon just in time for the weekend. Highs today will be…

Lee County Humane Society: Adopt Marco & Polo!

We have TWO pets of the week out of the Lee County Humane Society! Meet brothers Marco and Polo. They are SO SWEET and playful and looking for their forever home together! The shelter also…

Cool then Cold!

A cold front will pass through tonight dragging rain behind it through early tomorrow morning. Once the front passes, cooler and drier air will spread in through the weekend as high pressure takes…

Rainy Thursday Night, Cool, then COLD!

Clouds will increase for your Thursday ahead of a cold front that will sweep through later this evening. Rain chances are high tonight and early into Friday morning, but most of the rainfall…

Rain, Cool, Colder

It was another mild and dry day across the Chattahoochee Valley and the Plains, but those changes I've been mentioning are about to come into play. We'll start to see the clouds move…

DINING FOR CHARITIES: MILES TO GO

Miles to Go is part of our Dining for Charities deal! They have three locations, one in Phenix City and two in Columbus! The deal: $25 for $15 Certificates are Location specific: Columbus:…

Dry & Mild then Wet & Chilly

We are in the wake of a front that has pushed through the area, but this one is not cooling us down. It will reinforce dry conditions Wednesday and Thursday although we could…

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